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May 16, 2015

For the second year in a row, a budget for the Town of Tiverton, Rhode Island, submitted by Justin won the vote at the financial town referendum (FTR) — 1,535 versus 1,066.  The elector petition set expenditures for the town and schools at $48,476,958, resulting in an estimated tax levy increase of 0.9%.

Click here for the 0.9% budget petition.

May 11, 2015

Ignore the threats and lies; vote for budget #2

Supporters of higher taxes in Tiverton are saying a lot of negative things. They’re calling people who disagree with them “outsiders,” as if we don’t count in our own community. They’re threatening to take full-day kindergarten away from children. They’re lying about what the budgets do.

If you’re interested in the truth on these matters, see TivertonFactCheck.org.  My purpose, here, is to explain how Budget #2 — the 0.9% budget — is part of a positive vision for Tiverton.

Continue reading in the Sakonnet Times.